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Valentine's Day 2014: Cozy up to cashmere instead of chocolate

As the weather continues to deterioate on Valentines Day, a woman braves the rain on February 14, 2014 in Worcester, United Kingdom. Flood water has remained high in some areas and high winds are causing disruption to other parts of the UK with the Met Of
As the weather continues to deterioate on Valentines Day, a woman braves the rain on February 14, 2014 in Worcester, United Kingdom. Flood water has remained high in some areas and high winds are causing disruption to other parts of the UK with the Met OfPhoto by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

New York Fashion Week wrapped up Thursday at Lincoln Center. The remaining four weeks will take place in London, Milan and Paris, according to a Feb. 14 article from The Grand Views. But now Valentine's Day is taking the spotlight away from Fashion Week.

Fashion lovers should celebrate the day of love with some of their favorite trends. They can also catch up on Fashion Week’s hits and misses. Both unknown and renowned designers have been showcasing their collections for the autumn and winter seasons.

Fashion Week has had its share of trends like metallic and sequins. It’s also reportedly bringing back the Americana and cowboy trends. Critics weren’t as impressed with this year’s collections and trends like in the past.

The New York portion included showcases from designers like Marc Jobs, Tommy Hilfiger and Carolina Herrera. They all featured chunky oversized sweaters, loud pyramid prints, fur pieces and winter white colors.

Single women shouldn’t be disappointed on Valentine’s Day. Cashmere can keep you warm instead of a hot man. Ditch those chocolates and catch up on the collections at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.